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    "Insulin resistance, whereby insufficient insulin is released to produce a normal glucose response from fat, muscle and liver cells, was significantly lower in women following high-dose vitamin D supplementation, according to results of a randomised, controlled, double-blind trial published in the British Journal of Nutrition."


    http://www.stumbleupon.com/s/#1d9klJ...tes-potential/


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    One more reason why I'll be adding D to my next blood work.


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    Here is another link regarding controlling insulin resistance.


    http://www.natural-approaches-to-men...esistance.html


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    Nice articles, thanks for posting

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    Great articles, thanks! I'm getting blood work tomorrow and Vit D is in there!


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    Yes, I'm definitely going through menopause......


    I had the Vit D test added to a blood panel but I won't find out for almost two weeks. Since I've been getting a lot of Florida sunshine this summer plus supps for two months, I sure expect to see a reasonable level.


    A naturally cautious kinda guy - have you noticed? - I don't want to proclaim Vit D as the nutritional messiah, but a whole boat load of evidence is indicating that.


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